All-Inclusive Washington Container Transport Services
When transporting a container in Washington, looking for a container mover like Heavy Equipment Transport gives you the peace of mind you need. We’re professional shipping container movers in Washington with years of experience. We’ve invested in different types of trailers such as flatbeds to help us transport shipping containers in Washington fast and efficiently. We transport full and empty shipping containers in Washington. We have a team of specialists who process each shipping container transport request. They ensure the shipping containers are fully insured and accompanied by the right paperwork before they’re dispatched. We offer each client a specific agent whom they can call for updates until their shipping container is safely delivered.
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The Best Washington Container Shipping Services
Our specialists recommend the most suitable trailers for transport based on the weight and dimensions of the shipping containers being shipped. We transport 20ft and 40ft shipping containers in Washington among others. At Heavy Equipment Transport, we make all our clients holders of the insurance cover. This is to ensure that if the shipping container isn’t delivered in the condition we picked it in, the client can claim compensation directly from the insurance company. When moving shipping containers in Washington, we only use professional drivers with skills. They know how to handle them with care and the shortest routes used to get to the drop-off location on time. Heavy Equipment Transport guarantees safe and timely delivery of shipping containers in Washington.
OUR RECENT EQUIPMENT SHIPMENTS
Adam Blanco helped safely transport this loaded 40ft shipping container from Lakeland, FL, to Kent, WA. It was loaded on a step-deck trailer using a crane and secured by strong chains to ensure it was safe during transport. Call Heavy Equipment Transport for timely and affordable container moving services to and from Washington.
SHIPPING A 40FT CONTAINER ON A FLATBED TRAILER
Origin: Lakeland, FL
Specialist: Adam Blanco
Contact Adam: 954-727-1995
Shipping Container Transport Dimensions and Specifications
(L x W x H)
(W x H)
|20FT||19.32 x 7.70 x 7.74ft||7.64 x 7.51ft||104.98ft³||47840.31lb|
|40FT||39.53 x 7.70 x 7.74ft||7.64 x 7.51ft||216.53ft³||58422.49lb|
20FT Flat Rack
|19.32 x 7.70 x 7.31ft||
W - 8.49ft
40FT Flat Rack
|39.53 x 7.70 x 7.31ft||
W - 8.49ft
40FT Flat Rack
|40.02 x 7.70 x 2.13ft||
W - 38.25ft
Max Height 25.39ft
Recent Shipping Services by Heavy Equipment Transport
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We can trnasport any size container, 20 through 40 foot, high cube, refrigerated, and more type of containers.
Everything About Washington and Container Transport
The State of Washington is often referred to as Washington State to differentiate it from Washington D.C, the nation's capital. It is lead in lumber production, apples, spearmint, sweet cherries, hops, pears, and blueberries in the United States. It’s a central agricultural hub with significant contributions to livestock production, commercial fishing, wine, and the production of other products. Tourism hasn’t been left behind in pushing Washington's economy forward. Outdoor activities such as snowboarding and snow camping are lined up during the winter. In summer, you can go hiking, bike riding, and surfing.
The top-notch landscapes in Washington, with more than 3,000 miles of shorelines, beaches, and tide pools, offer the best coast life. From the ocean to the desert, enjoy sand dunes and visit the Sun Lakes-Dry Falls, the Juniper Dunes, and the Hanford Reach National Monument. Enjoy any of the state's 66 vineyards, 62 cideries, and 362 breweries to quench your thirst. Among the states, the most scenic feature is the ability to watch orca whales at the San Juan Islands. For land and wildlife tours, visit the North Cascades National Park, the Mount Rainier National Park, and the Olympic National Park. Youthful tourists enjoy marijuana legalization here.
Shipping Container Transportation Services
Heavy Equipment Transport offers container moving services in Washington to and from different ports in Washington and all the other locations. Below are some of the ports we offer container moving services to and from.
This port is considered one of the leading ports in the Pacific Northwest and In 2015, it merged with the port of Tacoma forming Northwest Seaport Alliance which is the third-largest cargo gateway in the country. Below are the addresses and contacts of the Port of Seattle terminals.Terminal 5 Terminal 5 has three berths and 600 reefer plugs. It’s equipped with six post-Panamax container handling cranes. Below is the address of Port of Seattle Terminal 5. 2701 26th Ave SW Seattle, WA 98106 United States
Terminal 18 This terminal has 4 berths. It handles containers and break bulk. It’s equipped with 10 container handling cranes, 3 post-Panamax cranes, and 6 super-post-Panamax cranes. Below is the address and contact. 1050 SW Spokane St, Seattle, WA 98134, US +1 206-654-3730
Terminal 30 This container handling facility has 2 berths and 451 reefer plugs. It’s equipped with three 40-long-ton Panamax cranes and super-post-Panamax cranes. Below is the address. 1731 Alaskan Way S Seattle, WA 98134 United States
Terminal 115 This container and break bulk facility receives both domestic and international import and export cargo. It has three berths that support barge operations and special projects. Below is the address. 6700 W Marginal Way SW Seattle, WA 98106 United States 206-763-3000
Terminal 91 This container and break bulk handling facility have heavy-lift float cranes, forklifts, and other equipment. It has easy access to Interstate Highways 90 and 5. Below is the address. 2001 W Garfield St Seattle, WA 98119 United States
Terminal 86 This grain facility has sophisticated electronic controls and mechanical devices and is completely automated to ensure there’s efficient movement of grains from trucks and rail cars to silos. Below is the address and contact. 955 Alaskan Way W Seattle, WA 98119-3630 United States (206) 284-4851
In 2015, the Port of Tacoma merged with the Port of Seattle to form the Northwest Seaport Alliance. These two ports formed the third largest cargo port in the country by container volume. Below is the terminal address.Pierce County Terminal 4015 SR-509 N. Frontage Rd Tacoma, WA 98421 United States 385-777-5522
The Port of Longview was established in 1921. It has 8 marine terminals, uncovered and covered warehouses, and open storage areas of temporary storage of cargo before it’s loaded on specialized trailers, trucks, or rail cars. Below are the terminals and their addresses.Bridgeview Terminal (Berth 1&2) These facilities deal with export bulk for agri-products, minerals, and chemicals. Below is the address. 10 International Way Longview, WA98632 360-425-3305
Berth 4 Available for redevelopment, this is a bulk loading terminal. Below is the address and contact. 10 International Way Longview, WA98632 360-425-3305
Berth 5 This bulk handling terminal handles petroleum coke for export. Below is the address and contact. 10 International Way Longview, WA98632 360-425-3305
Berth 6 This break bulk cargo terminal handles general cargo such as steel, forest products, project cargo, and wind energy. Below is the address and contact. 10 International Way Longview, WA98632 360-425-3305
Berth 7 This bulk, break bulk, and container handling terminal deals with general cargo, import bulk, and barge loading. Below is the address and contact. 10 International Way Longview, WA98632 360-425-3305
Berth 8 This break bulk and general multi-purpose terminal handles project cargo, forest products, steel, and general cargo. Below is the address and contact. 10 International Way Longview, WA98632 360-425-3305
Berth 9 This is an export grain terminal and bulk export facility. Below is the address and contact. 10 International Way Longview, WA98632 360-425-3305
RO/RO This is a break bulk barge terminal. Below is the address and contact. 10 International Way Longview, WA98632 360-425-3305
Located in Vancouver, Washington along the Columbia River. This port has the largest mobile harbor cranes in North America. Below are the terminals we serve.Terminals 2 and 3 This facility handles auto/RO/RO, bulk, and break bulk. 2703 NW Harborside Drive Vancouver, WA 98660 360.518.1153
Terminal 4 This facility handles auto/RORO. It has 10 auto docks. 2703 NW Harborside Drive Vancouver, WA 98660 360.518.1160
This is one of the most effective grain terminals. Below is the terminal we serve.North Port Marine Terminal This terminal has one berth. Below is the address. 110 W Marine Dr Kalama, WA 98625 United States
This is the third-largest container port in Washington. It handles break bulk, over-dimensional, and conventional cargoes for manufacturing, construction, agriculture, energy, aerospace, forest products among others. Below are the terminals we serve.Pacific Terminal This is a container and break bulk facility. Below is the address. 29053000201700, Everett WA 98201 United States
South Terminal This facility handles break bulk, Ro/Ro, container, and project cargoes. Below is the address. 3210 Terminal Ave Everett, WA 98201 United States
Mount Baker Terminal This satellite sipping facility handles oversized components for 767, 777, 747, and 777X airplane programs. 1205 Craftsman Way#200 Everett, WA 98201 United States
Hewitt Terminal This terminal has one berth. Below is the address. 2822 Terminal Ave Everett, WA 98201 United States
This port handles bulk cargo, heavy and high projects as well as moorage services. Below are the terminals we serve.Pier 1 Below is the address 100 Commercial Ave Anacortes, WA 98221 United States +1 360-293-3134
Pier 2 Below is the address 100 Commercial Ave Anacortes, WA 98221 United States +1 360-293-3134
Curtis Wharf 100 Commercial Ave Anacortes, WA 98221 United States +1 360-293-3134
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Heavy Equipment Transport offers affordable shipping container moving services in Washington. Our container moving rates in Washington are free and accurate. We offer all-inclusive container shipping costs without any hidden fees. Among the factors used to determine the container moving costs in Washington is the ground distance, loading and unloading assistance, route, season, weight/dimensions among others. For the clients who don’t have cranes to load and unload their shipping containers, we offer loading and unloading assistance at an added fee. When a rigging crew is needed, we also provide one at an extra fee. For fast, timely, and affordable container moving services in Washington, contact us today via our toll-free number (888) 730-2951.Call Now